As part of the recent LLUÈRNIA festival of light and fire in Catalonia, collaborators David Oliva of SP25 Arquitectura and Anna Juncà of Atelier 4 created this spectacular flow of lava using common fortune teller origami figures. Over 10,000 folded pieces of paper were needed to create the work that was illuminated from underneath and further brought to life with smoke machines.
Lauren Ko (previously) has only been in the pie biz for a little over a year, but you’d never be able to tell by looking at what’s coming out of the oven at her house.Her speciality is pies with geometric patterns, straight lines and contrasting colors. She uses various flavors, colors and textures that we would never imagine to find in pies.
You are bound to see the occasional motivational poster whenever you look through your Facebook or Instagram feed, but this @Unspirational account is for people who practically shudder at the sight of these uplifting quotes. However, for those who just can’t spend a day single without wasting money online, they’ve recently released Uninspirational 2019 Calendar on Amazon.
According to Polish photographer Sebastian Luczywo: “You may not know but for 123 years Poland was wiped out from the map of the world. From 1795 to 1918 we ceased to exist. But not in our hearts and minds. Partitioned between Austria, Russia and Prussia we always dreamed that one day we would regain our independence.
Outstanding portraits by Xenie Zasetskaya, a talented 18-year-old photographer, filmmaker, and artist based in Moscow, Russia. Xenie focuses mainly on portraiture and lifestyle photography. She shoots a lot of street style, fashion, outdoor, and beauty portrait photography.
A new exhibition at New York’s Museum of Modern Art focuses on the period of intense construction in the former Yugoslavia between its break with the Soviet bloc in 1948 and the death of the country’s longtime leader Josip Broz Tito in 1980 Photographs by Valentin Jeck, commissioned by Moma, 2016.